BOFANDAGI is a weaving, an artistic craft/ a technological process of producing the cloth from threads.
For centuries, people have been using so local cloths as alocha, qalama, suf, chit, karbos, matoi khosa, doka, and others.
In the Middle Ages, weaving was handy only and belonged to the kind of small craft. A scotching-sword, a spinning wheel, machines, and others served as the means of equipment.
Khaloi/chirik was an instrument, with which cotton was cleaned.
Dukon was a weaving tool of 1.5 – 2 meter in the length, on which cotton, silk, and wool cloth were woven.